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The Lucerne School of Computer Science and Information Technology offers a broad range of courses and programs to facilitate the choice of degree program and study preparation, as well as specialized workshops and presentation formats for vocational colleges and baccalaureate schools.
Thanks to the various study selection and preparation programs, prospective students gain insight into everyday student life, selected parts of the curriculum and life on campus. What is more, the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts helps prospective students with an academic baccalaureate to find an internship.
Impressions from school visits and information events
Keen to learn more? Attending a trial lesson gives prospective students more profound insight into selected modules and various teaching formats.
Lacking IT experience? Prospective students without industry-specific work experience have the opportunity to acquire the necessary skills by doing an internship.
Has it been a while since you last studied Math or is your IT knowledge a bit patchy? The various preparatory programs are the perfect foundation for a successful start.
So you don’t have a vocational or academic baccalaureate? Gain admission to the Digital Ideation, Information Technology and IT and Cyber Security programs with our one-year pre-admission course.
Experts from the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts - Computer Science and Information Technology conduct workshops and guest lectures on various areas of computer science and business information technology at vocational colleges, secondary schools and baccalaureate schools. In addition, the new campus in Rotkreuz will be open to school classes for tours and guided tours of selected labs and studios from autumn 2019. A selection of digital gadgets is available for loan and use in school lessons.
In workshops for vocational colleges and baccalaureate schools, pupils learn to create simple applications for humanoid robots and mobile devices. What is more, a number of experts are available for guest talks.
Since the fall of 2019, the Rotkreuz campus has been open for guided tours. In addition to a glimpse into the labs and studios, pupils have the chance to test various digital gadgets such as VR and AR goggles. You can make an appointment by email.
Several schools have regular information events and theme days around choosing a study program. The heads of program will be delighted to visit vocational colleges, business and academic baccalaureate schools with current students to showcase their programs.
The School of Computer Science and Information Technology has a toolbox containing digital gadgets such as VR and AR goggles and mock-ups that schools may borrow for their classes. Send an email for additional details and current offers.
Events at the Lucerne School of Computer Science and Information Technology are open to the public and generally free of charge. In addition to information events about the range of education and continuing education programs and module presentations, the School hosts various specialist and networking events.
The Information Technology blog is a great source of information about studying at the Lucerne School of Computer Science and Information Technology. It also features industry experts and their take on the chances and challenges of digitalization.